Never too naked #50ShadesOfBambi @TheatreOnSquare

Dear friends and other interesting creatures,

I have always admired the people who brings up sensitive topics (sex, religion, race etc. ) and use their influence to bring about change.

…. Then I met Bambi Kellerman,  the younger sister of the first or second most famous woman in South Africa –  give or take if you favour Winnie or Evita! All topics are fair game. My type of woman!

I was thrilled to be invited to the press conference to meet with Bambi and take a selfie with her.  Funny.  Confident. Tackling the issues in our country and parenting our youth head on.  Pun intended.

As a huge surprise Godfrey Johnson joined Bambi on piano and song on stage. Another gifted, talented performer.  I admit I could listen to him sing and play the piano just like the sound of a lonely saxophone.  I think deep down our Godfrey is a deep man… as I have found most creatures in the arts to be.

Bambi is as delightful in character in #50ShadesOfBambi as in her book ‘Never too naked’. I would urge you to escape into her world and enjoy the read.  It is funny,  sexy,  to the point and oh so Bambi! Terrific escapism.

After the show,  I was privileged to chat and pose for some pictures with Pieter Dirk Uys, the creator of both Evita Bezuidenhout and Bambi Kellerman.

pieter dirk uys

He is a humble, lovable man with a gift for shining the spotlight on that corner we may have missed.  I was deeply touched by our chat on children and how parents should talk to their children about reality… or the drug lord will as Bambi puts it.

#50ShadesofBambi is on at the Old Mutual Theatre On The Square until March 16th. Hurry!


I wish you enough,


Author: WεηchƔ

In September 1997, “The Nocturnal Wenchy” started her blog. The blog remains painfully real but these days she is more of an intermittent Blogger! 😉

4 thoughts on “Never too naked #50ShadesOfBambi @TheatreOnSquare”

  1. Could you perhaps link to Pieter’s website – — rather than to Wikipedia, which is both out of date and inaccurate. There is also a PDU Facebook group page that you could link to (but please NOT the other PDU FB page which has NO connection with PDU).


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